A new current and savings account that work beautifully together within one super-smart app.
Interesting interest rates. And no monthly fee.
So on your B Instant Savings account you can look forward to 0.75% AER, (0.75% gross p.a. variable) paid quarterly on all credit balances* and on your B Current account there’s 0.25% AER (0.25% gross p.a. variable) paid monthly on your credit balances up to £2,000*.
What’s more, there's no monthly account fee for using B.
Although, remember, other fees and charges may apply from when you open your account.More about rates
B puts you in charge
With tons of clever tools, B has everything to help you take control of your money. Don't forget you’ll need a compatible smartphone or tablet to take advantage of all the tools.
B can give you a hand to save for that special something. Or can let you know if you’re getting a little carried away with your spending. So you’re free to spend and save on your own termsTake control
B can make your banking simple
B has been designed to make your everyday banking simple and intuitive. From the moment you start using the app, making a payment or checking your spending is just a few taps away.
With easy searches and Apple Pay, B can help to make managing your money simple. So you have more time for the important stuff.
And for those times you just want to speak to a real person, your very own team at B is ready and waiting, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week†.
†This service may be interrupted due to periods of routine maintenance.See how B’s so easy
*AER (Annual Equivalent Rate) is the equivalent rate if the interest was paid and compounded once a year. Gross rate interest is the interest payable without taking account of any tax payable. Credit interest is calculated daily on the cleared credit balance in your account. From 6th April 2016 we no longer deduct tax from any interest earned, following the introduction of a Personal Savings Allowance. If you earn interest over your Personal Savings Allowance you will be required to pay any tax due directly to HM Revenue and Customs. Please visit www.gov.uk (opens in a new window) for more information.